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4 of 425 are essays by Friedrich Hayek

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Hayek, Friedrich
Economics and Knowledge

A speech delivered to the Economics Club of New York
The Intellectuals and Socialism

Friedrich Hayek won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1974, after graduating from the University of Vienna with doctorates in law and economics. Of his many works, he is best known for The Road to Serfdom, which has been translated into twelve languages. This essay first appeared in The University of Chicago Law Review, Vol. 16. No. 3, Spring 1949, and is reprinted with permission.
The Road to Serfdom (excerpts)

Excerpts from Hayek's venerable work. The full book is available from Laissez Faire Books or through links to chapters.ca or amazon.com on conservativeforum.org.
The Use of Knowledge in Society

Friedrich Hayek won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1974, after graduating from the University of Vienna with doctorates in law and economics. Of his many works, he is best known for The Road to Serfdom, which has been translated into twelve languages. Reprinted from the American Economic Review, XXXV, No. 4; September, 1945, 519-30.